Nasu lamps are captivating, spatial structures created in a small family studio. It is a modern craft that harmoniously combines imagination, manual work and advanced digital techniques. Their attractive design is the result of the use of flat plywood or plastic elements that create a three-dimensional world full of grace.
Nasu lamps are manufactured using advanced CNC technology and a milling plotter. They are made by cutting materials such as plywood or plastic from flat boards, and then their edges are carefully smoothed by hand. They are offered in self-assembly kits that can be assembled without the need for tools or glue, just like a three-dimensional puzzle. Thanks to the use of computer techniques, the lamp production process can be called modern craftsmanship. It is worth noting, however, that each lamp is first created in the author's mind and is designed in the form of hand-drawn drawings.
Nasu lamps are delightful, spacious structures created in a small, family-owned factory. It is a modern craft that harmonizes imagination, manual work and advanced digital techniques. Their attractive design is achieved by composing flat plywood or plastic elements into a coherent, three-dimensional world.